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Watch the Marlins' no-hit bid get ruined in the 9th inning

The Miami Marlins were two outs away from the seasons first no-hitter on Tuesday night. But the Mariners Mitch Haniger had other ideas.

Marlins lefty Wei-Yin Chen was removed after seven hitless innings (and 100 pitches), and Brad Ziegler pitched a hitless eighth inning. Kyle Barraclough got the first out in the ninth before Haniger stepped to the plate:

. @Mariners refused to be no-hit. pic.twitter.com/ylcvwSQxBf

— MLB (@MLB) April 19, 2017

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So close too close, apparently, for the Marlins Twitter account to handle.

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— Miami Marlins (@Marlins) April 19, 2017

Seattles rally ended with Hanigers hit, and Barraclough got the final two outs in Miamis 5-0 win.

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